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Synonyms for rate

to make a judgment as to the worth or value of

to acquire as a result of one's behavior or effort

to reprimand loudly or harshly

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a magnitude or frequency relative to a time unit

a quantity or amount or measure considered as a proportion of another quantity or amount or measure

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During the course of her care, it is noted that the FHR changes to a lower baseline than previously recorded.
FHR of < 90/minute in embryos < 8 weeks is associated with an 80% rate of embryonic demise,(10) whereas FHR of < 70/minute is associated with 100% embryonic demise.
FHR monitoring nursing clinical guidelines have continued to evolve since the introduction of continuous EFM in the late 1960s (van Geijn, 2005).
Finally (and perhaps most importantly) looking at features of the FHR in isolation does not give information on how the fetus is reacting to the labor.
The patients were carefully watched for progress of labour and were strictly monitored for FHR with sonicaid and CTG.
Appliance Setting - As evidenced by the range of certified FHR and EF ratings for each setting in Table 2, the appliance setting dictating the utilization of heat pump and/or electric resistance heat is an important parameter.
These sensors were developed by researchers at the FHR.
The following are some of the relative contraindications to perform FHR intraoperative monitoring: the presence of intact membranes and a fetal presentation other than cephalic; infection such as chorioamnionitis, HIV, herpes simplex; additionally, there has to be a dilatation of the cervix allowing for the passage of the probe down to the fetal scalp (14).
Blood pressure was not measured but position changes caused no maternal symptoms or FHR decelerations but reproducible changes in SI and CI, as estimated by electrical velocimetry.
French Horn Rebellion vs Database - Beaches & Friends Fantastically funky 21st-century disco groove from FHR, aka Milwaukee brothers Robert and David Perlick-Molinari.
4) that introduces a physiological approach to interpretation of FHR findings.
Although, the FHR demonstrated an increased number of accelerations while the mothers were talking on the mobile phones as evidenced by more mean numbers of accelerations during exposure than before exposure (1.
Police say the Porsche had fake registration plates - LJ05 FHR - which related to a similar vehicle in the south of England.
The Certification Commission for Healthcare Information Technology (CCHIT, Chicago) has published its approved final criteria for certification of inpatient and emergency department EHR products and enterprise FHR certification for vendors providing interoperabie ambulatory, inpatient, and ED records.